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Cinergi Interactive and Noviy Disk release Armies of Exigo for the Russian-speaking territories

For Immediate Release

Santa Monica, CA - Dec 15, 2005 - Cinergi Interactive announced today the availability of the Russian-language version of its fantasy RTS game, Armies of Exigo, developed by Black Hole Entertainment.

Cinergi Interactive signed a publishing contract with Noviy Disk in Moscow to distribute Armies of Exigo throughout the countries in Commonwealth of Independent States and Baltic, including the Russian Federation, Ukraine, Byelorussia, Moldavia, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia, Turkmenia, Tajikistan, Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Latvia, Lithuania and Estonia.

"We needed a partner who could help us distribute Armies of Exigo in a new market," said Alex Rabb, Executive Vice President of Cinergi Interactive. "Localization of our title was long awaited by the Russian-speaking gamers and Noviy Disk proved to be an ideal partner in delivering what the market was demanding."

Armies of Exigo is a ground-breaking fantasy RTS for the PC, featuring elves, beasts, knights and creatures of darkness, where stunning 3D visuals bring the characters and different environments to life. For the first time ever, players can wage a war on two fronts simultaneously - above and below the surface - because of a unique dual layered map system. Armies of Exigo has been specially designed for players who love RTS games and enjoy employing both Macro and Micro skills. The new Armies of Exigo official website recently launched by Cinergi Interactive is available at

About Cinergi Interactive

Founded by Andrew G. Vajna, Cinergi Interactive is a subsidiary of Cinergi Pictures Entertainment Inc. As one of the motion picture industry's most experienced and dedicated executives, Andy Vajna is responsible for such box office hits as the Rambo series, Total Recall, Tombstone, Die Hard With a Vengeance, and Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines, among others. Cinergi Interactive consist of several development studios, including Digic Pictures and Black Hole Entertainment - the developer of Armies of Exigo. The company is currently developing Warhammer: Mark of Chaos for Namco Hometek Inc. For more information, please visit

About Noviy Disk

Established in 1997 and headquartered in Moscow, Russia, Noviy Disk is a leading Publisher and Distributor of PC software and games across the Russian-speaking territories with over 500 top PC products localized into Russian in its portfolio. The Games line includes X-3: The Reunion, Chronicles of Narnia, The Suffering, Knights of Honor, The Incredibles, Psi-Ops The Mindgate Conspiracy, The Settlers Heritage of Kings, Imperial Glory, LEGO Star Wars, Bratz Rock Angels, Hello Kitty Roller Rescue, GT Legends and many more. Noviy Disk cooperates with Eidos, Deep Silver, 10Tacle, THQ, Buena Vista Games, Her Interactive, Empire Interactive, Irrational Games, Sunflowers, Nintendo, ZOO Digital Publishing, Ubisoft, ITE, and many other companies representing their products in our markets. The Company has a solid presence in non-games market segment with Kids Products line (including the famous hit titles such as Nancy Drew series, The Incredibles, Brother Bear, Finding Nemo, Hugo, I Spy, Clifford and Mia series) and Edutainment Products line (Red Shift Series, Britannica Encyclopedias, Euro Talk range and many more). More information about the Company and its Products can be found online at (in Russian).

About Black Hole Entertainment

Black Hole Entertainment is a subsidiary of Cinergi Interactive LLC, a pioneer developer of computer games. The company was founded in 2001 by Hollywood producer Andrew G. Vajna and seven game-enthusiasts. Their debuting title Armies of Exigo was first published at the end of 2004. Currently, the Budapest-based studio is home to over 50 developers: artists, designers and engineers, who are fully immersed in developing Warhammer: Mark of Chaos for Namco Hometek Inc, scheduled to be released in late 2006.For more information please visit

About Digic Pictures

Digic Pictures is a full 3D computer animation and visual effects studio in Budapest, Hungary. The company is a part of the Cinergi Interactive business group, owned by the Hungarian born Hollywood producer, Andrew G. Vajna. Digic Pictures is the first Hungarian visual effects company ever to work on a Hollywood blockbuster; Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines. Out of the five full 3D animations that the team created for Armies of Exigo, one of the films was selected into the prestigious 2003 SIGGRAPH Highlights. Recently, Digic was selected by Namco Hometek Inc. to create full 3D cinematics for Warhammer: Mark of Chaos, to be released in late 2006. More information can be found at

For all press enquiries please contact:

Ildiko Berecz

Operations Manager

Cinergi Interactive Hungary

Direct [36] (1) 203-5865

Fax [36] (1) 206-6804


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